Here’s a new blog launched by the Institute for Feminist Legal Studies based at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. The Institute has a vibrant register of activities and visitors thanks in large measure to the Canadian feminist law prof pioneer, Mary Jane Mossman, as well as the many feminists who are and have been appointed at Osgoode Hall. Sonia Lawrence has recently stepped into the role as Director. Sonia’s work on equality jurisprudence, criminal law, feminist and critical race theory, and poverty law is always interesting. The blog itself will go a long way toward “building a community of interest,” one of the aims of the Institute. I’d urge you all to check it out and consider posting or sending material to Sonia.